Geoffrey Diner Gallery is one of the world's premier resources for individual collectors and museums seeking exceptional works of fine art and design.


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From Washington, D.C. to New York, London and beyond we have created living spaces using masterpiece works mixed with fresh contemporary pieces from modern pioneers.


With over 30 years of experience, we have extensive capability to representing clients with utmost privacy.


Whether you have inherited a family heirloom or are an individual collector looking to evaluate a single item or entire estate.

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From our booth at Masterpiece 2017


Alan Davie (1920 - 2014)
Cat's Claw #8, 1968
Watercolor and Gouache

This painting was recently featured in Financial Times June 10/11:

"Another highlight is Alan Davie’s “Cat’s Claw #8”, at the Washington DC-based gallery Geoffrey Diner, which exemplifies the Scottish painter’s abstract and Aztec-influenced style."

Stunning displays at every angle of the globe


Geoffrey Diner Gallery exhibits yearly at New York City’s annual Winter Antiques Show since 1996, routinely deemed by art critics as having one of the fair’s most exciting booths; and Masterpiece London since 2012, where the gallery was awarded “Stand of the Year” in 2013. Additionally, have exhibited at world-class fairs across the globe in cities such as San Francisco, Dubai, and Hong Kong.

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A beautifully curated selection of masterpiece decorative and fine art, including works by the most renowned 20th century artists and designers.

Much of our collection is comprised of museum worthy objects and artworks.  From Pre-Raphaelite to pop, artists include Edward Burne-Jones, Pierre Soulages, Nicolas De Stael, Hans Hoffman, Norman Lewis, Alma Thomas, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Patrick Caufield, Allan D'Arcangelo, and John Hoyland.  20th Century designers include Louis Comfort Tiffany, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Greene and Greene, Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles Rohlfs, Pierre Chareau, Poul Kjaerholm, Gio Ponti, George Nakashima, Isamu Noguchi, Scott Burton, Mats Theselius and other icons.


Pictured here, a superb desk and chair by Pierre Chareau, c. 1927. This outstanding rare example by the artist was exhibited at the Centre Georges Pompidou in the retrospective, "Pierre Chareau Architecte, un Art Intérieur" and appears on page 149 of the accompanying monograph. A similar version of this desk was designed for Doctor Jean Dalsace, the original owner of the Maison de Verre. The Jewish Museum of New York will celebrate Pierre Chareau with the first U.S. exhibition of the French designer's work, opening on November 4, 2016. 

Pierre Chareau, "Desk and Stool", c. 1927

Pierre Chareau, "Desk and Stool", c. 1927

"We are adept at mixing periods, not marrying to one specific time or genre but representing the way modern collectors live."

                                                                                             - Maureen Diner, Co-Owner

World-renowned 21st century artists and groundbreaking designers in our collection have include knighted industrial designer Marc Newson, American experimental photographer Robert Stivers, bespoke creative studio Based Upon, and the multidimensional and influential designer Ron Arad.

Pictured below, the important, "London Parpardelle," chair, 1992, of woven and polished steel with fully extendable base. Additionally, Arad has exhibited Summer of 2016 at the Royal Academy of Arts with his 50-foot steel sculpture, Spyre, which has a closed circuit television camera installed that films passerbys.

Ron Arad, important "London Parpardelle", 1992

Ron Arad, important "London Parpardelle", 1992

Based Upon, "Mother Rain", 2015

Based Upon, "Mother Rain", 2015

Robert Stivers, Two Seated Figures, 1994

Robert Stivers, Two Seated Figures, 1994

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